The Maestros of March: Italian Indie-Poppers Fabryka Ready to Break Through at SXSW in March
Fabryka are excited to share their newest track, “The Unheard”! The title is a misnomer, obviously, because we are hoping that everyone gets a chance to hear it! Watch the video on Baeble, or watch the video track below.
Melancholic and optimistic, Italian faves set sights on U.S. after European success, comparisons to the likes of Feist and St. Vincent
“Fabryka’s Echo is a treasure trove of well-mixed sounds, a magic potion that enchants at first taste.” (Rockiit)
Don’t miss Fabryka at SXSW
3/18, 3:25p at Aperitivo Italiano at Numero 28, 452 West 2nd Street, Austin, TX 78701, United States
3/20, 11p at Buffalo Billiards, 201 East 6th Street, Austin, TX 78701, United States
3/21, 1p at Bizarre-B-Q at Carousel Lounge 1110 East 52nd Street, Austin, TX 78723, United States
3/21, 5:30p at Goorin Bros., 1323 South Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78704 US
WATCH FABRYKA’S VIDEO FOR “THE UNHEARD” HERE
The Musebox today announced that Italy’s hottest new export, indie poppers Fabryka, will make their SXSW debut this March. Fueled by charismatic vocalist Tiziana Felle, who sings in Italian and English, Fabryka have been compared to Feist, CHRVCHES, and St. Vincent. The band have received rave reviews in Italy and throughout Europe, with Italian music blog Rockit calling the Fabryka sound “a winning breakthrough of pop music.” Fabryka’s SXSW showcase is on Friday, March 20 at Bufflalo Billiards. SXSW will take place in Austin, Texas from March 17-22. More information on Fabryka is available on the band’s official website.
The year 2012 was a defining one for Fabryka. Aided by Stefano Milella’s drum rhythms, Raffaele Stellacci’s synth textures and keyboards, Alessandro Semisa’s guitar melodies and Agostino Scaranello’s pounding bass, the band released 5 Days, a critically acclaimed EP that brought Fabryka all over Italy and abroad. Several festival appearances followed, most notably at Budapest’s Sziget Festival.
A year later, Fabryka met up with leading Italian producer Max Casacci and Swedish band I Used to Be a Sparrow. The result was the band’s second album, their masterpiece Echo.
Audiences in Hamburg were delighted when they got to preview Fabryka’s latest live effort at the Reeperbahn Festival. A similar experience was had by those in attendance at Fabryka’s performance at London’s Water Rats landmark club.
Fabryka will follow their stop at SXSW with an appearance at Primavera Sound in Spain. They will then release their third EP in April 2015.